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Measuring device - instrument that shows the extent or amount or quantity or degree of something. gauge, gage - a measuring instrument for measuring and indicating a quantity such as the thickness of wire or the amount of rain etc.

Portable integrated physiological monitoring system

A portable, integrated physiological monitoring system is described for use in clinical outpatient environments. This systems consists of a plethora of sensors and auxiliary devices, an electronics unit (100) that interfaces to the sensors and devices, and a portable personal computer (102). Electrodes (106) are provided to acquisition electrocardiographic, electroencephalographic, and neuromuscular signals. Electrodes (108) are provided to stimulate neural and muscular tissue. A finger pulse oximeter (110), an M-mode ultrasonic transducer (112), an airflow sensor (114), a temperature probe (120), a patient event switch (116), and an electronic stethoscope (118) are provided. A portable personal computer (102) interfaces to the electronics unit (100) via a standard parallel printer port interface (258) to allow communication of commands and information to/from the electronics unit (100). Control and display of the information gathered from the electronics unit (100) is accomplished via an application program executing on the portable personal computer (102). Sharing of common data acquisition hardware along with preliminary processing of information gathered is accomplished within the electronics unit (100). The entire system is battery operated and portable. This system, because of its architecture, offers significant cost advantages as well as unique modes of operation that cannot be achieved from the individual physiological parameter measurement devices alone. The system allows for the integration of acquisitioned information from the sensors into a patient's database stored on the portable personal computer.

Method of correcting measurement error and electronic component characteristic measurement apparatus

A high-precision, multi-port compatible, relative correction method and apparatus for correcting measurement errors covering an increase in the number of ports of a non-coaxial electronic component, in which a relative correction adapter 31 is provided that is formed of a two-port network connected to each port of a production test fixture 5B adjacent to a measurement apparatus. The relative correction adapter has a characteristic that modifies the electrical characteristics generated by the production test fixture 5B having an electronic component under test mounted thereon into electrical characteristics generated by a standard test fixture 5A having the electronic component under test mounted thereon. An error factor of the relative correction adapter 31 is identified from a standard test fixture measurement value and a production test fixture measurement value of a correction data acquisition specimen 11B. A production test fixture measurement value of the electronic component under test 11A is corrected with the error factor of the relative correction adapter 31 to thereby obtain the standard test fixture measurement value of the electronic component under test 11A which is assumed to be obtained when the electronic component under test 11A.

Device for non-dissipative measurement of the current in an inductor

The invention relates to a device for measuring current in an inductor, which device is intended to be connected in parallel with said inductor, comprising two terminals A and B. The device comprises: a network in parallel with the inductor and connected to the terminals A and B having a resistor R2 in series with a resistor R1 in parallel with a capacitor C1; a voltage offset circuit having a DC voltage generator E connected in parallel with an offset resistor (Roffset) in series with two resistors in parallel R3 and R4, the positive pole of this voltage source being connected to terminal B of the inductor; a temperature compensation circuit comprising a current source controlled as a function of the temperature, one of the two terminals of the current source being connected to the negative pole of the generator E, the other terminal of the current source being connected to different points of the measurement device according to the direction of variation of the current of the source as a function of the temperature. The measurement of voltage Vmes, the image of the current I in the inductor 12, is performed between the common point between the resistors R1, R2 of the network and the common point between the offset resistor and the two resistors R3 and R4.
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